Wind instrument with several keyboards; it produces sound by means of pipes that are fed by a blower.
production of sound
The sound made by the organ pipes is generated by a supply of air from an electric blower.
Electric fan that supplies air to the bellow.
Pipe connecting the blower to the bellow.
Essential part of the organ composed of several movable and fixed elements; air from the blower passes through it before reaching the pipes.
Board with holes that correspond to those of the sliders and the wind chest table; the feet of the pipes sit in these holes.
Board with holes into which the pipes fit to hold them in an upright position.
Part of the bellow in which air is stored under some pressure.
Part whose function is to compress air.
Conduit that air from the bellow passes through on its way to the bottomboard.
Collective term for the sound pipes of various shapes and sizes; there are two types: reed pipes and flue pipes.